Justin Kan (Partner at Y Combinator)
The Founder’s Guide To Selling Your Company
Remember that companies are bought, not sold
Sam Purtill (Co-founder, CEO @ ClassOwl)
How We Sold Our Startup in 30 Days — Medium
“Ask for money, you get advice; ask for advice, you get money”
Bill McComb (Former CEO at Fifth & Pacific Companies, Inc.)
How to hire – drill a well before you need a drink | A Founder’s Notebook
Drill a well before you need a drink
Aaron Levie (CEO of Box)
Aaron Levie (@levie) | Twitter
Sizing the market for a disruptor based on an incumbent’s market is like sizing the car industry off how many horses there were in 1910.
Amir Elaguizy (CEO Cratejoy, YC Alumni)
58 things I learned at YC – Giftshop Scientist
There is no shortcut around learning, you just have to learn it. Everything is harder than it looks
Aaron Patzer (Founder & CEO of Fountain, Mint)
How Mint Found Startup Success By Solving Real Problems
Is this a problem that’s going to exist ten years from now?
Jeff Bezos (Founder & CEO of Amazon)
Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) | Twitter
Your margin is my opportunity.
David Jackson (Founder, Seeking Alpha)
How the “too nice” manager kills your career | A Founder’s Notebook
The “too nice” manager kills your career.
Slava Akhmechet (Founder at RethinkDB)
57 startup lessons
Don’t guess. Measure.
Seth Godin (Founder at Yoyodyne Entertainment)
Seth’s Blog: Crowd pleaser is not the only option
Crowd pleaser is not the only option. You could choose crowd changer. Changing is far is more difficult and more important than pleasing the crowd. Crowd disturber. Crowd inspirer. Crowd connector. Crowd calmer. And for that matter, you can skip the crowd and just go for: She mattered to me.